Hey all! Apologies this is coming a bit late. Some other priorities prevented me from posting sooner. As the story continues... Pages: 34 - 46 Summary: Now noticing the cheese has gone from Station C, Sniff and Scurry, doing what all mice do, simply move on to searching the maze. They get lost along the … Continue reading Who Moved My Cheese – Week 2
Recently, I was reading an article about how to help your two-year old during tantrums or when they are "acting out". The concept was that you don't ask "What do you want" but "Why do you want it". I loved this for leadership, whether it's a leader as a parent or leader in a Fortune … Continue reading Don’t Ask “What”, Ask “Why”
Somewhere in our life we have seen what we consider to be great leaders and we have been exposed to horrible ones. What is our definition of great? It will vary from person to person based on their own view of what leadership truly means. There are some universal truths found in leadership though. Great … Continue reading What Makes A “Great” Leader?
Pages: 96 Amazon Bookstore Link Study Guide Link: COMING SOON! Price: $1.00 – $9.00 – Paperback and Hardback $17.00 – Kindle $10.00 – AudioBook Summary: THE #1 INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER WITH OVER 10 MILLION COPIES IN PRINT! A timeless business classic, Who Moved My Cheese? uses a simple parabel to reveal profound truths about dealing with change so … Continue reading April 2017 Book Of the Month – Who Stole My Cheese
Who Moved My Cheese is one of the easiest and most profound reads that you will probably come across in leadership. A "must read" even if you aren't in business or management. It's about who we are and who we can be by embracing and adapting to something that will ALWAYS happen: Change.
One of the most dangerous things we can do and be as leaders is stagnant or paralyzed. We become that way because we get complacent in the day-to-day or because we recognize all the ways we aren't a "great leader", that we feel like we can no longer possibly lead. Recognize and Move on. Live … Continue reading Recognize and Move